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Wednesday, 12 May 1915

Mr CHANTER (RIVERINA, NEW SOUTH WALES) - Will the Prime Minister arrange with the Government Printing Office to print a large number of slips containing the addresses made by him and" the Leader of the Opposition on the motions which we have just passed, and also a copy of the resolutions, with a view to their being sent to the front, in order that our officers may distribute them amongst our gallant soldiers who are fighting for the British Empire, and so acquaint . them with the feeling of the House?

Mr FISHER - If it be the desire of honorable members generally, I am sure that the Leader of the Opposition will readily agree to such a step being taken. It had not seemed to me to be necessary, but if honorable members think that this should be done., the Government will facilitate the carrying out of the honorable member's proposal.

Honorable Members. - Hear, hear !

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